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A London & South East Branch Event - Standardisation & Efficiency in Healthcare (Procure22 Framework)

07/06/2017 18:30 - 20:30 View

In response to the Government Construction Strategy to provide an efficiency challenge to reduce Capital costs of construction by up 20%, The Department of Health and a number of principal supply chain partners have instigated a uniquely collabrative cost reduction Programme (NHS ProCure 22 Framework).

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A Breath of Fresh Air, Sheffield

15/06/2017 09:30 - 20:00 View

An evening of looking deeper

15/06/2017 18:00 - 21:30 View

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A North West Branch Event in conjunction with SoPHE Northern Region - A visit to Kohler Mira Ltd Full Day CPD Event - New Valve Technology

21/06/2017 View

You are invited to the June meeting of the North West Branch in conjunction with SoPHE, which will comprise of a full day CPD Event featuring a presentation from Kohler Mira on their new valve technology. The event will be held on Wednesday 21st June 2017 at Kohler Mira Ltd, Cheltenham. A coach and refreshment will be provided for the day, the pickup and drop off point will be a central location in Manchester (TBC).

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Decontamination seminar, 5 July 2017, Birmingham

Decontamination seminar

 

Last summer the Department of Health published the revised HTM 01-01 guidance on the management and decontamination of reusable surgical instruments and medical devices used in acute care and the HTM 01-06 guidance on the management and decontamination of flexible endoscopes.

Representatives from IHEEM's Decontamination Technical Platform and Authorising Engineer (D) Registration Board will provide delegates with an opportunity to gain key insights into the subject matter, and have open discussions with some of the sector's leading experts, who have been directly involved in shaping the guidance.

This is the third seminar of the series and will enable delegates to identify the main changes to the HTM 01-01 and HTM 01-06 guidance and the implications these have for your estate.

 

Date

Wednesday 05 July 2017

 

Venue

Cranmore Park, Cranmore Avenue, Shirley, Solihull, West Midlands, B90 4LE

 

Seminar speakers

Speakers

  • Robert Kingston BSc (Hons) CENG MIMECHE MCIBSE MEI FIHEEM FRSH AE(D), Director of KSVAS Ltd and Chair of the IHEEM Decontamination Technical Platform  
  • Graham Stanton IEng FIHEEM AE(D), Retired Senior Decontamination Engineer at NWSSP-SES, Chair of IHEEM AE(D) Registration Board
  • Sulisti Holmes PhD MIHEEM, Head of Decontamination and Incident Reporting Investigation Centre, Health Facilities Scotland, NHS National Services Scotland
  • Gary Wright, Commercial Services and Project Manager, STERIS Solutions Ltd
  • Professor David Perrett PhD CChem FRSC, Professor Emeritus of BioAnalytical Science, Barts & The London School of Medicine, Queen Mary University of London 
  • Matthew Peskett, Managing Director, Peskett Solutions Ltd

 

Programme


09.30 - 10.00: Registration, refreshments and networking  

10.00 - 10.10: Welcome and Introduction 


10.10 - 10.20: Opening Address By Chair

Robert Kingston BSc (Hons) CENG MIMECHE MCIBSE MEI FIHEEM FRSH AE(D), Director of KSVAS Ltd and Chair of the IHEEM Decontamination Technical Platform 


10.20 - 11.00: Session 1:

Changes in Guidance and Standards for the NHS - Safer Medical Devices 

Graham Stanton IEng FIHEEM AE(D), Retired Senior Decontamination Engineer at NWSSP-SES, Chair of IHEEM AE(D) Registration Board

This presentation explains the pathway and the major changes made to the NHS guidance documentation for both surgical instrumentation and flexible endoscopes. 


11.00 - 11.40: Session 2:

The Key Changes in HTM 01-06 Guidance for the Management and Decontamination of Flexible Endoscopes

Sulisti Holmes PhD MIHEEM, Head of Decontamination and Incident Reporting Investigation Centre, Health Facilities Scotland, NHS National Services Scotland

This session looks at the key changes in the HTM 01-06 guidance:

  • Improving the washing and cleaning process reducing the time from patient use to the decontamination process, and monitoring the cleaning efficacy of endoscope washer-disinfectors
  • Decontamination pathway and ERCP procedures
  • On-table bile duct exploration
  • Periodic testing of storage cabinet introduced to align with the new British Standard (BS EN 16442)
  • New chapter on ‘portable storage systems’

11.40 - 11.55: Morning refreshments and networking 


11.55 - 12.35: Session 3:

Cleaning Efficacy and Residual Protein Detection

Gary Wright, Commercial Services and Project Manager, STERIS Solutions Ltd

There is renewed interest in protein residuals on reusable medical devices due to the concerns of TSE transmission. The ISO have been working for some time to define acceptable protein residual levels, and the UK ACDP have specified levels too. The presentation will overview cleaning processes and how they are validated, and how residual protein detection can help in maintaining the washer process effectiveness.


12.35 - 12.45: Questions and Answers for morning speakers

12.45 - 13.45: Lunch and networking 


13.45 - 14.35: Session 4:

Development and Applications of Fluorescent Assays for Residual Protein Detection 

Professor David Perrett PhD CChem FRSC, Professor Emeritus of BioAnalytical Science, Barts & The London School of Medicine, Queen Mary University of London 

The session will look at:

  • The need for high sensitivity of residual proteins
  • Fluorescence and fluorescent detection 

14.35 - 14.50: Afternoon refreshments and networking 


14.50 - 15.20: Session 5:

An Introduction to the ProReveal Protein Detection System & Compliance to the Updated HTM 01-01

Matthew Peskett, Managing Director, Peskett Solutions Ltd

An introduction to the ProReveal technology and our experiences with its use in Health Care and Commercially. What it has taught us. Its use in designing new surgical instruments and optimising washer disinfectors.


15.20 - 15.40: Questions and Answers for afternoon speakers

15.40 - 16.00: Chair's Concluding Remarks 


 

Meet our event Exhibitor

Hygiena International Ltd 

We are delighted to announce that Hygiena International Ltd will be exhibiting at the seminar. 

 

Key learnings

  • Identification of the main changes to the HTM 01-01 and HTM 01-06 guidance 
  • Understand the implications of the revised guidance and how this applies to healthcare estates
  • An overview of cleaning processes, how they are validated, and how residual protein detection can help in maintaining the washer process effectiveness
  • An awareness of developing Endoscope Washers/Disinfectors to comply with guidelines  
  • The need for high sensitivity of residual proteins
  • How ProReveal technology can assist in detection

 

Who should attend

Public and private sector stakeholders including:

Estate Officers, Heads of Estate, Technical Managers, Consultants, Director of Estates and Facilities, Business Development Managers, Associate Directors, Regional Sales Managers, Senior Engineers, Authorising Engineers (D), Decontamination Managers, Sterile Services Departments and others involved in the healthcare decontamination field.

Have a look at who attended previous Decontamination seminars .

 

Why you should attend

  • Programme featuring leading expert speakers from across the UK's healthcare estates sector

  • Share best practice and knowledge

  • Opportunity to network with key industry stakeholders

  • Raise your profile within the healthcare estates sector

  • Invest in your career development

  • Enhance your CPD by ensuring that you are kept informed of the latest guidance for your role

  • Develop new business leads

  • Learn more about IHEEM and the work being undertaken by the Institute

  • Gain understanding of the key changes to guidance and how this affects you and your healthcare estate

 

Delegate Rates

Interested? Then don’t delay, grab the best discount by booking today. 

Please note that all rates exclude VAT.

Super Early Bird Rate until 04 June 2017

  • IHEEM members £75
  • Non-members £150

Early Bird Rate from 05 June 2017 to 25 June 2017

  • IHEEM members £100
  • Non-members £200

Standard Rate from 26 June 2017 to 05 July 2017

  • IHEEM members £125
  • Non-members £275 

 

Cancellations / Substitutions for event bookings

  • Cancellations received less than 10 working days before the event will be charged 50% of the appropriate rate.

  • Cancellations received less than 3 working days before the event will be charged at 100% of the appropriate rate (full rate).

  • Non-attendees will be charged at the full rate. Delegates may be substituted at any time for an amendment fee of £15.00

  • Cancellations and substitutions must be made in writing. 

 

Contact

For further details, please contact IHEEM on 02392 823186 or email us at events@iheem.org.uk

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Upcoming Dates for this event

  • Wed 05 Jul 2017
  • Wed 05 Jul 2017
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